Licensed books on medicine
Intensive therapy, anesthesiology and reanimation, first aid
INTENSIVE THERAPY, ANESTHESIOLOGY AND REANIMATION, FIRST AID
| Borodulin V.I. || Emergency Care Handbook || 2007 |
The handbook discusses the pathogenesis, clinical presentation, differential diagnosis and treatment of major diseases and conditions requiring emergency care. Presents diseases of the cardiovascular and nervous systems, respiratory system, abdominal cavity, acute mental disorders, poisoning. The medicines used in the practice of ambulance are given. The basic principles of cardiopulmonary resuscitation are considered. The book is designed for emergency doctors and emergency care, as well as nurses. May be useful to a wide range of readers.
| Under total ed. B.R. Gelfand || Anesthesiology and Intensive Care || 2006 |
The book is a practical guide, which briefly presents the issues of clinical physiology and pharmacology, general and private anesthesiology. Much attention is paid to the choice of anesthesia depending on comorbidities, the complications of anesthesia - their prevention and treatment. In addition, the manual presents information on the integral scales for assessing the condition of patients, postoperative analgesia, prevention of thromboembolic complications and stress lesions of the gastrointestinal tract, which are important for the practical work of the resuscitator anesthetist. Separate sections of the manual are devoted to sepsis and the syndrome of acute lung injury. The book is intended for anesthesiologists, resuscitators, surgeons, teachers, researchers, medical students.
| Allowance || Ambulance Standards || 2006 |
Standards for providing medical care is a list of timely, consistent, minimally sufficient diagnostic and therapeutic measures used in a typical clinical situation.
| Pogodin Yu.I., Ivanov P.E. and etc. || Mobilization preparation of health care || 2006 |
| The training manual covers the main issues of mobilization preparation of health care. The manual was prepared by the faculty of the Department of mobilization preparation of health of the Russian Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education and is designed for teaching students of medical universities. It can be useful for students, graduate students, adjuncts, teachers of medical universities specializing in mobilization preparation of health care. |
| Ed. Grigorieva E.V. || Resuscitation and intensive care: A collection of tests and situational problems || 2006 |
| The collection of tests and situational problems is intended for teaching students of the specialties "General Medicine" 040100 and "Dentistry" 040400, passing cycles in anesthesiology and resuscitation. Test tasks and situational tasks are presented on the main topics of the discipline: clinical physiology of critical conditions, information on clinical pharmacology, particular issues of anesthesiology and resuscitation. The collection can be used for self-preparation of students. |
| abstract || Fainting. Collapse. Shock. || 2005 |
| Syncope - Definition - Pathogenesis - Symptoms - First Aid Collapse - Definition - Pathogenesis - Symptoms - First Aid Shock - Definition - Pathogenesis - Symptoms - First Aid References |
| Polushin Yu.S. (ed) || Guide to Anesthesiology and Resuscitation || 2004 |
| Very detailed textbook on anesthesiology and resuscitation. Contents: General overview of anesthesiology and resuscitation as a section of critical-status medicine. Ethical, legal and deontological aspects of anesthesiology and resuscitation. Assessment of the functional state of patients and ways to correct dangerous disorders of homeostasis. |
| Kassil V.L., Vyzhigina MA, Leskin G.S. || Artificial and assisted ventilation || 2004 |
| The guide, based on the results of many years of own observations of the authors and literature data, sets out modern concepts of respiratory support, methods of artificial and assisted ventilation, methods and techniques for their use during anesthesia and during intensive therapy of respiratory failure of various origins. For the first time in the domestic literature, liquid ventilation of the lungs, auxiliary proportional ventilation of the lungs and ventilation of the lungs with released pressure are described in detail. Particular attention is paid to the indications and contraindications to the use of various methods of respiratory support. For anaesthesiologists, resuscitators, general practitioners, pulmonologists, surgeons, obstetricians and gynecologists, and doctors of other specialties who carry out intensive therapy for various pathological processes. |
| Kolbanov V.V., Tsybin A.K., Brovko I.V., Voevoda M.T., Kevra M.K. || Protocols for diagnosis, anesthesia, resuscitation and intensive care of critical conditions in stationary conditions || 2004 |
| The protocols for the provision of anesthesia include two sections. The first “Pre-operative examination protocols, monitoring and selection of anesthesia method in patients under inpatient conditions” gives a list of mandatory and additional examination and preparation in the preoperative period, indicates the necessary level of monitoring and the choice of anesthesia technique depending on the extent of the surgical intervention and the severity of the patient’s initial condition. In the second section, “Protocols of the most frequently used methods of anesthesia,” the stages of anesthesia support (premedication, preoxygenation, induction, maintenance of anesthesia, and exit from anesthesia) are presented, as well as a list of necessary measures and pharmacological preparations. The physical condition of the patients is assessed by ASA. |
| Kanus I.I., Oletsky V.E. || Modern modes of artificial lung ventilation || 2004 |
| This teaching aid describes in detail the most common modes of artificial ventilation of the lungs, their advantages and disadvantages, the principles of graphical monitoring of ventilation parameters. The study guide is intended for anesthesiology and intensive care physicians, doctors working in the intensive care units, interns and medical students. |
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